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    In chapter 3 of the Ken Burns Country Music series, when Bill Monroe is introduced, Marty Stuart plays a mandolin solo, which I assume is by Monroe ...

    I am not very connoisseur of Bill Monroe's music (I know the most famous pieces), but it seemed to me something impressive ... Could someone tell me what that tune is called so that I can listen to the original version of Monroe?
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    Bluegrass Breakdown, an awesome tune indeed!

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    Thanks! I feel lucky, in one of Jay Buckey's bluegrass books is the sheet music and backing tracks ... some work awaits me, but a lot of fun...
    Music washes away from the soul the dust of every-day life. Auerbach.
    El sexo reduce el estrés, el amor lo aumenta.

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